World Service in Nottingham for stylish and eclectic cuisine

Just off Maid Marion Way, on Castle Gate, is the listed building named Newdigate House. Inside is the acclaimed World Service; an award winning restaurant serving up eclectic modern cuisine in stylish surroundings. Close to the Nottingham Playhouse and the Royal Centre it is an ideal place for an evening meal or a spot of […]


Petit Paris in Nottingham brings French flair to the city

As you head towards Market square down the side street known as King’s Walkway you will come to Petit Paris, a French bistro in the heart of Nottingham. Close to the Royal Concert Hall and the Cornerhouse complex it is a popular pre-theatre venue that has been serving classic country cuisine for nearly two decades. […]


Go dine Joins Slow Food UK’s Chef Alliance

The Slow Food UK’s Chef Alliance is an organisation which encourages a better way to eat so that our bodies can be as healthy and happy as possible. Not only do they have local groups led by volunteers, they also have various educational projects which set out to teach people about the Slow Food movement. […]


Yamas in Hockley for fresh and authentic Greek cuisine

Despite its proximity to the Lace Market, Hockley in central Nottingham retains a distinct identity. Known as the arty area of Nottingham city centre, it is home to all the trendy bars in which to be seen and houses many of the popular fashion houses, as well as the Broadway Cinema; an independent picture house […]


Belle and Jerome in Beeston brings continental cafe culture to Nottingham

On the outskirts of Nottingham you will find the laid back suburb of Beeston. Home to the University, it has a leisurely vibe with quality boutiques and shops alongside interesting pubs and independent restaurants. Billed as a cafe and wine bar, Belle and Jerome looks sleek and inviting with its classic exterior. A black awning […]